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Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Happy Birthday from Marci!!

Today at La-La Land Crafts we are previewing one more image from our First Release in Marci Collection. All of the stamps in this new release will be available in rubber on September 15th, but we have some images available in digi for your right now!! Including this new one, this is Marci with Rose!! CUTE!!!!


If you like an instant gratification and/or too anxcious to wait two more weeks, you can purchase this digi in La-La Land online store, HERE is the link :-)

And below is the card that I made with this super ADORABLE Marci. Sorry for showing you THAT MANY pictures of it, but I just LOVE, LOVE, LOVE how this card has turned out!!!

This will be one of the cards for my upcoming "Introducing Marci" card class at Cranberry Hill Mercantile in Sunnyvale, CA. We will make three cards in this class, all different designs. These cards feature coloring with Copic Markers and other techniques.
This class is scheduled for:

Thursday, September 30th, 11 am to 2 pm
Thursday, September 30th, 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Please bring your Copic Markers for your personal use in the class (if you have them). Please also bring your Cuttlebug (if you have one), Crystal Stickles, scissors, your favorite dry adhesive and foam tape to the class.

All other supplies will be provided.

$35, 10 participants max.

If you can't make it to the class and/or would like to make some extra cards, the Class Kits are available until September 30th, $40 each.

Please call Cranberry Hill Mercantile at 408-736-9151 to sign up for the class and/or to purchase your kit/s.
*Please wait until tomorrow to call the store, they do not have this class on their schedule yet..

This card measures 6" x 6".







I am absolutely IN LOVE with the Graphic 45 paper from Steampunk Debutante Collection, the colors are AWESOME!!! Chandelier was cut with Cricut "Summer in Paris" cartridge. EK Success border, corner and leaf punches. Circles were cut with Nestabilites.

This is the first time I made this type of flowers, so much FUN!!! I cut flowers out of DP with Tim Holtz die.. stamped script over with Penny Black stamp.. Crunched the flowers, crunched some more.. Inked edges of the flowers with Tim Holtz inks in Fired Brick and Vintage Photo. Crystal Stickles on the edges.. LOVE how they came out!!!

Sentiment is by AMuse. Button from Buttons Galore. String from my stash.

Marci was colored with Copic Markers, cut out and popped on dimensionals. Here is the list of Copics that I used to color this image:

Skin - E00, E11, E13, R01, R11
Hair - E50, YR20, E31, E35
Dress and Hat - BG0000, BG10, BG11, BG45, BG72
Shoes and Hat band - E40, E41, E42, E43, E44
Yellow Roses - YR31, YR23, YR24
Red Rose - R02, R05, R08, RV69
Leafs and Rose stem - YG03, YG63

And here is the link for you again if you would like to own a digi of this Marci :-)

All of the supplies (besides Marci..) used to design this card are available for purchase at Cranberry Hill Mercantile. If you do not live in the area, you can call the store at 408-736-9151 to place your order over the phone.

Hugs!!

5 comments:

Rosie said...

Another AWESOME creation! She is the sweetest thing ever!! Of course, I've got to add her to my digital collection. So far, I have all of them! Hugs, Rosemary

Kristine said...

Oh Irina, this is sooo BEAUTIFUL! Love your soft coloring of this marci... and your sparkly flowers and pretty DP! Love the chandelier shadow too!! THANKS SO MUCH for sharing your card at Carly's blog *Ü* That's so awesome that you linked up!!

Carly said...

Hi Irina! Love the paper roses and cute scallopy corner! Thanks for using my sketch. Awesome shading on the Marci too.
xxCARLYxx

Alice Wertz said...

super sweet card, Irina! beautiful details!

Janie Printz said...

OMG this is soooooooooo stinking cute !!! Love that little image & putting her by the white fence is just brilliant !!! Such wonderful coloring of each & every one of these little cuties. Still haven't braved the digis ... Maybe it's time to take the plunge & try a few ...
Hugs, Janie